When using library spaces, you must abide by campus health and safety regulations as outlined in the Student Commitment Form or the Community Responsibility Acknowledgement. Libraries staff will enforce these health standards. If you refuse to comply with Libraries’ staff requests to wear a mask and physically distance, you will be asked to leave the building.
At this time, the Libraries do not allow eating and you will not be allowed to use a space to eat.
An individual can make one reservation per day, per library. The reservation maximum is three hours except for tabletop seating which has a maximum of five hours. Three reservations can be made per week, per person, per library. Reservations can be made up to two weeks in advance.
Located in the Scholars' Commons, the IQ-Wall is a large-format, ultra-resolution tiled touchscreen display for visualization and collaboration.
The IQ-Wall has been developed by the UITS Advanced Visualization Lab to promote innovative research and education using information-rich, ultra-resolution displays. The IQ-Wall installation in the Wells Library Scholars' Commons is a collaborative effort of the IU Libraries, UITS, and the Pervasive Technology Institute. The IQ-Wall is part of Indiana University's robust computing and networking environment used by members of the campus community to create, discover, and share information electronically. More about IQ-Walls at IU.